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track, got too aggressive and spun the tires. >> john caught up with ashley force hood. ashley force hood been feeling under the weather this weekend. checking in now, her car's running well. she won the u.s. nationals, what's life been like after that, how are you feeling? >> it's been great. these last few weeks my team and i were able to enjoy tht win, took a few dice realize what happened. we're sure proud of it. we had a lot -- our sponsors, friends calling us up and saying they watched the vaccine and how proud they were. exciting couple weeks, glad to be back in charlotte, i have been under the weather, medics looked at me yesterday, i wasn't doing too good, food poisoning or 24-hour bug. i'm at the end of it, i feel better. i was in lanes was worried to run, i was feeling horable, tony pedregon said it happened to him a few years back and food poisoning and fet better getting strapped in, just being in one place and not moving around, gave me a better feeling going to run. i got in and sure enough everything was all right. i i survived run, made a good pass and got in the sho
: ashley younger was relentlessly optimistic. the look in her eyes, only warning in the world that she was about to leave her mark. >> reporter: the freshberg freshman's optimism was only dimmed by her mother's. >> she was on her way. honor roll. she worked a part time job. she was a volunteer at the hospital in alexandria. she was on her way. >> reporter: ashley's life took a deadly detour. one of five aboard trooper 2, while her friend survived, ashley and her aspirations of being an accountant, died in a twisted pile of metal and jet fuel. two miles short of andrew's air force base. she will never forget the last words she spoke to her daughter. >> i told her i loved her, and that i would be waiting on her at the house. >> reporter: she waited, and waited. the confusion about where the chopper was that night, eventually led to anger, and ultimately a paralyzing grief. stephanie overheard a nurse saying hours later, there were no other survivers. >> awful. >> reporter: life without her daughter is no life at all. >> i wake up wondering what were the last things that she was listening
something a couple stops sharing after they get a divorce. ashley? >> chairs. [buzzer] john: better answer, joseph? >> income? john: income. show me income. [buzzer] no, not there. let's find out what our survey did say for the $5,000 answer. they stop sharing the bed. that's right. all right. let's see where the bank accounts stand right now. patterson family has $20,000. viettis have $17,000, and those are the amounts they'll be playing for if they make it to fast money, and that out of the way, let's meet our families right now. >> we're the patterson family from los angeles, california. >> my name is kim, and here to play the "feud" is my laker-crazy cousin tim, my music-loving sister zakiya, my shopaholic sister charisse, and my premed-student cousin joseph. we grew up watching the "feud" with our grandmother, and since she never got to take a trip in her whole life, if we win the money, we're gonna take her to... >> hawaii! >> ♪ hawaii we're going to hawaii hawaii ♪ >> we're the vietti family from bakersfield, california. >> my name is ron, and i'm the senior pastor of one of the
to ashley linder now in our news 4 traffic network. >> good morning, barbara and joe. things are off to a quiet start. this is springfield. the headlights continuing to 395. no problem. taking a trip along 66, we did have some overnight construction on the westbound side by 123. that's in t clearing stages. eastbound traffic is wide-open. no big issues as you make your way toward the beltway and inside all the way to the roosevelt bridge you'll find your lanes open. back to you. >> thank you very much. >> thank you, ashley. >>> joe krebs may have been among those out there booing. he was at the game yesterday. a chorus of boos at fedex field, the redskins hear it from some unhappy fans. many fans were not pleased with the redskins' decisions during the home opener. the redskins came in a heavy favorite in the game and won a close one, beating the st. louis rams 9-7. why the coach says there was no postgame celebrating, we'll tell you ahead in sports. >> three men arrested in an ongoing terror investigation are expected to appear in court. authorities believe new york city may have be
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look like right now. here's ashley linder and the news 4 traffic network. >> never fun to come back after vacation. >> never fun to come back from vacation, period, but fortunately right now not a bad time to jump on the roadways. this is the look o of springfield. headlights comie at us, nothing in your way on 95 out of fredericksburg to springfield. 395 also quite commute right now. traveling toward the eastern shore, coming home from it, volume is not a big facto for drivers right now. back to you. >> thanks. >> thanks. a reminder to metro riders, three stations remain closed this labor day, pentagon city, crystal city and the rean national airport stations all on the blue and yellow lines. metro's undergoing a complete track overhaul this holiday weekend. free shuttle bus service is available, though, to get around those work areas. customers should allow 45 extra minutes, though, to their -- to add to their travel. the stations will re-open tomorrow morning at 5:00. >>> it is labor day, and many people in our area are enjoying a day off and one final taste of summer. of course,
. >> so they might have frost in frost burg. >> could be. >>> let's go to ashley linder for a look at traffic. >> traveling down 270, no big issues as you make the southbound commute. had some accident activity reported, but it's minor. no big issues around the capitol beltway. no issues through college park and the woodrow wilson. no problems on the bw parkway or out of maryland this early morning. barbara and joe, back to you. >>> dozens of people are dead, dozenses more feared dead after a deadly tsunami. >> a series of islands in the south pacific. american samoa is the u.s. territory. together they have a population of about 300,000 people. 15 to 20-foot waves crashed into the islands after a powerful underwater earthquake. for more on the devastation, we're joined in the studio by kimberly suiters. >> that powerful earthquake in the soith pacific hurld a massive wave flattening villages and sweeping cars and people out to sea leaving at least 82 dead and dozens missing. let's take a look at the our studio. four tsunami waves roar ed onto show reaching up to a mile inland. sur
. >> thanks very much. we'll go to ashley linder now and the news 4 traffic network. good morning, ashley. >> hey, ashley. >> good morning. as you can see here, we are starting off to a quiet morning, no big problems around the area. this is 270 and father hurley. the headlights continuing southbound incident free right now. everything in great working order. overnight construction zones are pretty much a thing of the past. back to you. >> thank you. >> looks like a little fog out there this morning, ashley. >> a little haze out there. nothing too bad, though. >> thank you. >> thanks very much. here's a look now at the top stories happening today. >>> president obama meets in the white house situation room today toiscuss the war in afghanistan. he'll be joined by general david petraeus, general stanley mcchrystal, defense secretary robert gates and secretary of state hillary clinton. they'll talk about military strategy and the need for more troops in recent weeks, there has been pressure from some top democrats to withdraw from afghanistan. >> terror suspect najibullah zazi is expected t
like at is hour. we'll go to ashley linder and the news 4 traffic network. >> good morning. no big problems as of yet. we're in the clear. here we can see 95 as you make your way northbound out of springfield. those are the headlights continuing toward 395. volume not a factor for drivers. you're in good shape. around the capital beltway, leaving springfield headed toward tysons, all your travel lanes open. 66 is a quiet commute. no big problems as you make your way toward the beltway and inside the beltway very quiet. no overnight construction left on the ground. all cones picked up and you've got all lanes open. barbara and joe, back to you. >> thanks very much, ashley. >> thank you, ashley. >> well, today president obama will be in the white house situation room. he'll be meeting with his top advisers to talk strategy about afghanistan. >> the president has had his share of pressure from both sides at the pentagon a call for more troops but on capitol hill democrats want an exit. brooke hart joins us live now from capitol hill with more on this strategy session. good morning. >>
in another ten minute was another update. >> see you then, tom. thanks. >> let's go back to ashley linder now and the news 4 traffic network. good morning. >> good morning, barbara and joe. off to a very quiet start. this is the 95 corridor out of springfield. those headlights are coming out of lorton and they are moving at speed. 395's in great shape. 66 toward the beltway and inside it, you'll find traffic moving as it should. no big beltway problems now. starting off pretty quiet. back to you. >> thank you, ashley. >> thanks very much. >> this morning there's a reminder from federal officials that rail and transit systems can be vulnerable to terrorist attacks. >> the reminder's being sent out to law enforcement agencies around the country this morning. the fbi and the department of homeland security warning improvised explosive devices are the most common methods used to blow up mass transit and rail systems. officials are recommending transit system security officials conduct random sweeps at terminals and stations. it's a concern certainly on the mind of commuters this morning and news
, the sheriff told ashley markhamm it appeared they caught all the suspects. >> it is my honor to tell you today, ashley, and your family that we vund to them and they're in custy. >> reporter: the sheriff said there could be more accomplices. and the very next day he announced another person of interest. >> we would like your assistance in the community in locating this individual. >> reporter: pamela long wig gins, a realtor and local businesswoman. she was located on a yacht within 30 minutes she was charged as an accessory after the fact and out on bail. she entered a not guilty plea. turns out according to the sheriff, that others arrested in the killings rendezvoused that night a a property she owns in gulf breeze, florida, and at her home. oh, and it turns out authorities say the safe stolen from the billings' house contained nothing of any significant value was found buried in wiggins' backyard. officially, at least, the police were saying this is a simple home invasion robbery. but if that were the case, why were so many people involved for so little money and all those vulnerable child
. they have the towels out and almost forgotten is ashley force hood, who took the wally, funny car, first time for a woman at the u.s. nationals and this weekend, fighting food poisoning. and ron capps, he sits second in the points. is this the time that he finally gets that elusive championship? our coverage starts with friday night qualifying. and so here on a solo is tony pedregon, number one in the points and now has a 30-point lead over ron capps. a bit of an advantage by being number one but he's already lost three points to mike neff under this new system of having qualifying points. neff was fastest in the first session and so, he picks up three points in the championship. and here are the standings as they are right now. neff, hight, force hood. that's all john force racing. those three will get points, three, two and one. jack beckman rounds out the top eight. >> the four stop, 429. tony pedregon, shut off the starting line, fuel leak, that's why he's the first pair out for the evening session. >> number one qualifier in las vegas, chicago and seattle. first time down the track.
at 5:11. >> thank you, tom. >> thank you very much. let's go to ashley linder now and the news 4 traffic network. good morning to you. >> do you have on shoes, ashley? >> i actually don't, shockingly enough. see, i'm a sock person. i just like the feel of feet in the -- in the element, their natural element. >> i agree with you, ashley. >> as long as they don't smell. all righty. taking a trip around town right now very quiet. 270, no problems coming out of clarksburg as you make your way past father hurley, toward the beltway. all lanes are open. capital beltway is in great shape, so is 395 and the 95 corridor in both maryland and virginia now. back to you. >> thank you, ashley linder. we'll be back to you in ten minutes. >> work on the dulles metrorail project shut down part of the beltway overnight. both directions of the beltway at chain bridge road in tysons corner were intermittently closed for up to 30 minute at time. the closures gave crews the chance to move overhead power lines. all lanes and ramps should be back open at this time. >>> a muslim prayer service is expecte
very much. let's go back to ashley linder now and the news 4 traffic network. any early problems, ashley? >> hey, joe. actually off to a relatively quiet start. no big tie-ups right now. as far as construction, the overnight construction a thing of the past. 270 headed southbound here at father hurley, you see a couple cars trickling by. northbound has more volume than southbound. no issues to either. traveling out of springfield you'll find that the volume is starting to increase on the 95 corridor but still moving at speed from fredericksburg to and across the 14th. >> happening today. president obama visits the united nation once again. yesterday the president addressed the general assembly for the first time. he spoke on the issues of peace and security, climate change and poverty. he was not shy about asking world leaders to take more responsibility. >> this cannot solely be america's endeavor. those who used to chastise america for acting alone in the world cannot now stand by and wait for america to solve the world's problems alone. >> later, iranian president mahmoud ahma
at 5:11. >> thanks very much, tom. let's go to ashley linder and take a look at the roadways. >>> things are off to a quiet start. the capital beltway at new hampshire avenue, the break lines headed away from us are continuing leaving college park toward the silver spring area. beltway, no big problems right now. traveling toward 70, volume is not a big factor. no problems in fed rick headed toward clarksburg. toward the capital beltway, moving at speed. back to you. >> >>> it's been three months now since that deadly metro crash. after an extensive investigation, the national transportation safety board is out with a list of safety recommendations it wants metro and other transit systems around the country to follow. >> there are nine new recommendations for metro and its circuit manufacturer. the safety board considers six to be urgent. most of the concern centers around the safety of the train control systems that detect the presence of trains on the tracks. news4's megan mcgrath joins us from the tacoma metro station with more. >> reporter: there has been a very detailed,
to ashley linder and the news 4 traffic network. good morning. >> hi, ashley. >> hey, guys, good morning. not a good morning for me, traveling down to 270. we have some delays. we have an overturned vehicle about a mile before father hurley boulevard. only the right shoulder is getting by. northbound fire and rescue on the left shoulder but as you can see here, southbound we do have delays so definitely be in your best interests this morning to not take 270 southbound north of 121 in clarksburg. back to you. >> boy, starting early, isn't it? >> yeah. >> incredible. we'll be back to you in about ten minutes, ashley. >> here now is a look at some other stories happening today. >>> several stores at a prince george's county strip mall will remain closed today while fire officials investigate a gas leak there. the leak was discovered yesterday near the marshall's store at the penn mar shopping center in forestville. ten stores h to be evacuated. you may remember a similar gas leak at this mall in may caused a huge explosion that injured nine firefighters. >> after a momentous week, the u.n.
, very early. here's ashley linder and the news 4 traffic network. >> hi. >> good morning, barbara and joe. we're off to a quiet start. no big surprises for drivers. the capital beltway, those headlights are continuing to leave the maryland area heading toward the american legion and in toward tysons. all overnight road work is gone so we're starting off with a clean slate. wide-open right now. back to you. >> thanks, ashley. >> thank you, ashley. >> here now is a look at some of the top stories we are following today. >>> the u.s. senate finance committee will begin shaping a health care reform bill today. they're looking at more than 500 proposed amendments which could take a few days. meanwhile, president obama took his push to late night television, appearing on "the late show" with david letterman last night. he's in new york city this week to visit the united nations among other events. >> massachusetts lawmakers are expected to change the law today so the governor can appoint an interim successor to the late senator kennedy. a replacement could be named to fill kennedy's sea
of their loss. >> reporter: ashley younger was relentlessly optimistic, but she was about to leave her mark. >> the friends she met. >> reporter: the frostburg freshman's optimism only dimmed by her mother's, eager to see what this remarkable young woman would accomplish. >> she was on her way. on a roll. she worked a parttime job, she was a volunteer at the hospital in alexandria. she was on her way. >> reporter: ashley's life took a deadly detour. she was one of five aboard trooper 2 while her friend jordan wells survived, ashley and her aspirations of being an accountant died in a twisted pile of metal and jet fuel two miles short of andrews air force base. her mother stephanie will never forget the last words she spoke to her daughter before the medevac lifted off from the original car accident scene in charles county. >> i told her i loved her and that i would be waiting on her. >> reporter: she waited and waited. the constitution about -- the confusion about where the chopper was led to anger and ultimately a paralyzing grief. stephanie overheard a nurse say hours later there were no
. >> and ashley, good morning once again with the -- still got big problems on 270, i guess. wow. looks like a parking lot. >> starting off with a bang. if you're traveling down 270 this morning we had an earlier accident, occurred around 4:00 involving an overturned vehicle. this is just about a mile before father hurley boulevard. only the right shoulder is getting by. as you can see, we do have substantial delays that begin now before clarksburg so coming onto 70, come on at father hurley or better, anything further south than that point it's wide-open. before that we have delays. no problems elsewhere around town. capital beltway is in great shape. looking at springfield, everybody's moving there. no problems on 95 or 395. back to you. >> thank you. >> again, redskins fans would like to forget and lions fans will remember. for the first time in two years, the lions are celebrating a win this morning. the lions scored first and never looked back. on the final play of the game, with time running out, the redskins didn't get anywhere near the end zone with whatever kind of a play this was.
:01 on this holiday monday. >> that's nice. thank you, tom. >> let's go to ashley lyndon now and say good morning to you. >> hey, ashley. >> good morning bot joe and kimberly. things are -- no big surprises out there on this federal holiday. this is the american legion bridge, one lonely little car traveling on the inner op. there's a truck on the outer loop. as you can see, beltway not a big concern right now. traveling any of the major arteries, you're also in the clear. 270 is running construction and accident-free. also the 95 corridor out of virginia and maryland is in good shape. back to you. >> ashley, thanks. >> thanks, ashley. >> let's take a look at four big stories that are happening today. people around the country are marking labor day. aaa predicts 854,000 people in our area will travel some 50 miles or more during the holiday and that's down 14%. from last year. >> three busy metro stations in northern virginia are closed. aynd th ceaye a rnd the reagan national airport stations have shut their doors for track work. they'll re-open tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m. >> president obama m
:01. stay tuned. >>> let's check in with ashley linder and the news4 traffic network. any early problems, ashley? >> fortunately, no early problems right now as we can see here out of springfield, headlights continuing towards 395. no big issues, 95, 395, wb parkway. capitol beltway, it was messy yesterday, but right now wide open, no big isss leaving springfield up through tyson's through bethesda. barbara and joe, back to you. >> thanks very much. >>> 82 people are now confirmed dead. dozens of others missing after a powerful earthquake generated tsunami waves in some mow wa. the white house is now declared american some mow wa to be a major disaster area, of course, a u.s. territory. >>> in the fight against the swine flu, president obama will tour a laboratory at the national institutes of health today. he'll talk about stimulus money at work but may get questions about the nation's head dins for disease. >>> in washington today, hundreds of experts will gather for a summit to discuss what the transportation secretary calls an epidemic of distracted driving. distracted driving is bel
. >> we will. thank you. tom. >>> let's go to ashley linder and the news4 traffic network. >> good morning, barbara and joe. no surprises as you can see. the headlights are headed southbound along 270. no beltway problems. 66 in great shape. 395 a quiet start and no problems on 95 leaving fredricksburg headed towards springfield. barbara and joe, back to you. >> thank you, ashley. >>> here is a look at some of the top stories happening today. president obama will address the united nations where he'll focus on foreign policy. other issues up for discussion will be terrorism, nuclear weapons d global pover i have t. yesterday he met with israeli and palestinian leaders and challenged both sides to work harder to achieve piece. >>> vice president joe biden will host a discsion on health care reform in montgomery county today. today's event is taking place at 10:00 at leisure world in silver spring. meanwhile members of the senate finance committee started revising the health care reform bill. they home for a final version by the end of the week. >>> the weather in the southeastern united sta
them they can. >> we'll keep your shot up to keep looking at the water main. we have ashley on the phone. you have family in the affected area? >> yes, i do. >> when was the last time you spoke with them? >> i talked to my brother about 15 minutes ago. he was really worried he said the cops were telling him to stay in the house. >> described what he described to you. >> he said that the water was up to his porch an inch from coming into the door. >> and he is on what street? >> logan view drive. you just looked at his house. >> oh, we did. >> i just seen him and he's standing out front. >> you have the use of one phone at this point. i'm wondering if you can call him and let him know that the police and fire rescue have asked that people go in and wave a white rag out of the window to let them know that they would like to be rescued out of their house or they think they need to be. >> as soon as i get off the phone with you i'll give him a call back. >> have you ever seen anything like this in your life? >> not at all. this is amazing. scary. very scary. >> i gather you know
. see you in a few minutes. >> thank you very much. let's go to ashley linder now and the news 4 traffic network. >> good morning. >> happy monday to you guys. taking a look here at 270, you can see a pretty happy morning for commuters right now. southbound is headed toward us, but headlights continuing toward the capital beltway. quiet morning overall, no big issues going on right now. we're in the clear. back to you. >> okay, ashley, great. good to have you with us this morning. >> thanks very much. in the news this morning, happening today, the man suspected of murdering four people at a home of a longwood university professor is expected to appear in court today. 20-year-old richard mccroskey bragged about the thrill of killing in rap songs he performed on the internet. mccroskey is charged with the killing of presbyterian pastor mark needer brock. also suspected in the murders of professor debra kelley, kelley's husband and their teenage daughter. >> investigators in colorado say there's evidence that a airport shuttle driver played a direct role in an alleged terror plot. he is due
to ashley linder n and the news 4 traffic network. good morning to you. >> good morning. we're starting off pretty quietly, no big issues around the area. this is springfield. the headlights are coming out of the woodbridge area. 395 also off to a quiet start. 66 all overnight road work is a thing of the past. you'll find your travel lanes open and at speed. back to you. >> all right. thank you, ashley. >> thank you. here now is a look at some of the top stories happening today. >>> president obama presides over talks at the u.n. this morning. he'll focus on nuclear weapons and iran. after that he's off to pittsburgh to attend the g-20 summit. >> massachusetts governor deval patrick will announce his choice to replace the late edward kennedy in the u.s. senate today. state lawmakers granted governor patrick the power to name an interim replacement yesterday. the new senator will give democrats a critical 60th senate vote needed to pass health care overhaul. >> nbc news has learned that new charges could be filed today against one of three men arrested in a recent terror investigation, a shu
were notified of the classmate's ashley davis's death. several students witnessed the horrifying crash that happened a half mile from campus. >> i was very upset. >> after two weeks of prayer and vigils, students and parents that the devastating news. >> everybody was sad. >> 14-year-old freshman ashley davis died in hospital today, nearly two weeks after being struck by a car on her way to the school bus stop. it was at the intersection of brinkley and temple hill roads. the driver tried to keep going but slammed into a minivan occupied by a father and three kids. another pedestrian was also struck. >> you do not know what could happen. you could be here today and gone tomorrow. it is frightening. >> many of the streets near crossland high school did not have sidewalks or crosswalks. >> her family, her father, her mother, they have taken a great loss. now everything is back to normal, people flying up and down the street, passing school buses. >> neighbors say the police put speed monitors in place for about a week, but now they're gone and the students are not protected. >> it is sad
-- >> i have got to go for ashley. he's on in another 40 minutes. >> ashley is on "dancing with the stars." >> everyone else runs from tmz. >> i love "tmz." >> of course, he rolls down the window -- >> after you do that, then you go back and you blot your skin and put on moisturizer. >> this is embarrassing! >> it's funny. >> i will one day become golden like you. >> peter dinklage, i love this guy. he's walking down the street in new york city with his lady and his dog. >> hello, peter. >> don't make me sic my dog on you. >> we say have you heard about the new trend putting sunglasses on your dog's butt? >> it will make people say what, yeah. >> there is a new fad where you put sunglasses on the dog's butt. have you done this? >> without blinking an eye, he says -- >> no? >> no. i respect my dog. >> that guy rules! >> he killed that one. killed it. ["taps" plays] >> congratulations, dude. >> we got louie vito, who is on "dancing with the stars" this season. he's a big snowboarder. >> i don't understand this kid. i mean, i literally can't understand him. i can't. it's like a foreign langu
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students gathered at crossland high school in honor of ashley bradley. she was hit by a car in temple hills more than a week ago. she tried to cross brinkley road. tonight her mother asked classmates to keep the faith. >> her accident was harsh and it's going to take all of you to pray and believe that god will deliver a miracle and send ash ashley home because ashley is going to be a graduate of crossland high school. >> six others were also hurt in the multicar crash. their injury, though are not life-threatening. >>> the all hands on deck days could be numbered. d.c. police chief cathy lanier has been ordered to rescind the crime fighting initiative. the fraternal order of police complained and an arbiter agreed the all hands on deck changed days off and tours of duty iviolation of their collective bar darning agreement and d.c. law. they also want members to get paid for having their scheduling rights violated during each ofle all hands on deck this year. the chief issue add statement saying she disagrees with the ruling and the department is appealing the decision. >>> day two of the p
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but at the end of the day, you noi, we raced and that's what we did. and the process of my daughter ashley winning, beating tony pedregon and winning the race, we couldn't even enjoy it. that's what you get out of all of the pain and the stuff that you go through. tony pedregon, i know i said i hated him and i hate ed schumacher, i want to stop that statement. i don't hate anybody. i want to move on, tony pedregon is a great kid and he fights the fight. he used to race with me and we just got heated up and the [ bleep ] hit the fan and so be it and let's move on. he don't get in my face, i don't get in his face, won't have any problem zblf let me ask you this, you mentioned the heat, there were things thrown back and forth. pedregon accused you of throwing the race so your teammate and son-in-law could advance and knock pedregon out. i have to ask you, did you throw the race? >> look, i've been over there a million times. all you got to do is look at the show, espn2 puts on a dwrat show and look what took place out there. at the end of the day, all i did was did was castrol, ford, auto clu
. >> reporter: alva forman walks her daughter to ashley high. this is a scary reminder of what can happen when crossing the street. >> i will be walking her to school. >> reporter: 13-year-old ashley davis is being remembered as a friendly, outgoing teen. the freshman was struck by a car while walking to her bus stop on brinkley road. hospitalized for nearly two weeks, she died early monday morning. >> everyone's sad. everything is gone. >> i remember her smile. she had a fantastic smile. a very loving smile. >> miss her? >> very much. >> reporter: davis started her second week of classes when she was struck by the car. the sedan hit a good samaritan who pushed younger children to safety. grief counselors have been sent to crosslynn high. principal crystal fawcett said it was touf losing davis to high school. the thought of never seeing her again is very difficult. >> the week before school opened, ashley came running into my office and sat on my lap, and said, i'm not ready to go. i want to stay here with you. i'm going to definitely remember that momt i had with her. just most importantly, t
of ours, ashley kelly, you remember the t-shirts that were entitled rip constitution, on the front and we'll introduce you to the t-shirts, a -- about a month or so ago. and the creator of those t-shirt is ashley, and there you see the t-shirts, rip constitution and after she came on our program, these things exploded in sales and now, she put up a billboard spreading the same constitutional message and joins us live, ashley, how are you. >> i'm good, how are you. >> dave: tell us how your life changed after you came on "fox & friends," the initial time and we know there is interest about the "rip constitution" t-shirts ain't skyrocketed, didn't it senate i mean, as soon as i walked out of the studio i look at my -- it exploded, facebook, how can i get the shirts and it has not slowed down since and has been a truly national event, i can't believe it, i'm still in shock. >> dave: i bet you can't believe when you drive down the street and seer face on a billboard and what is the message of the billboard and why did you decide to put it up? >> you know, two reasons. number one, to speak to
el estado de washington por ejemplo, cientos de jovenes sufren de los sintomas... ashley se esta recuperando... "desperte con fiebre y ni podia respirar porque mi pecho me dolia demasiado"cc> uno de los peligros es que los estudiantes se contagien en las clases... y ademas no hay que olvidar que la mayoria de ellos comparten habitaciones o apartamentos... el riesgo de contagio podria ser mayor... la recomendacion de los medicos es mantener al paciente aislado.... "no deben ir al trabajo, ni a la escuela y deben de estar sanos por 24- horas sin sintomas para no infectar a la gente" autoridades de salud estan tomando sus precauciones...y esperan que la vacuna ayude a prevenir una epidemia entre estudiantes... segun el centro de control de enfermedades infecciosas, la vacuna contra la influenza h1n1 estaria disponible en otoÑo... "hay que entender, la vacuna de la gripe temporal es una vacuna, la gripa h1n1 como es una nueva infeccion, una nueva a la comunidad universal generalmente se va a tener que tomar dos inyecciones para la h1n1"
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by a car two weeks ago. ashley davis died of for injuries in the hospital yesterday. on september 1, she was on her way to a school bus stop when she was struck on brinkley road. another pedestrian was also struck. >> you do not know what could happen. you could be here tomorrow -- here today and gone tomorrow. it is very frightening. >> ashley davis was a freshman at crossland school. >>> arlington county police are looking for a man who allegedly tried to abduct a woman with a stun gun. a woman told police could she was grabbed from behind. the attacker tried to tase her, but the stun gun did not work. the woman was able to call for help. >>> the tennis and learning center could learn today its fate. >> cora masters barry filed a restraining order to keep the center open after getting an eviction notice last month. the center allowed the corporate registration to expire, which is a violation of the lease. >>> a big change for d.c. driver's goes into effect in two weeks. >> it might make throats less safe. kathy park has more on the controversy. -- it might make the roads less safe. >>
mallard and patient ashley younger. four deaths one man said should have been prevented. in your letter, the first line was your immediate attention is requested to prevent loss of life. >> m-hmm. >> did you believe that at the time? >> yes, i did. yes, i did. >> reporter: peat peterson was the maryland state police pilot who wrote this whistle blower letter last year before the crash of trooper 2. he had been flying for more than nine years, he said his concerns were too deep, too critical not to blow the whistle. that people would die if it continued as it was. >> i did believe that. i thought it was just a matter of time. >> it turns out it was just a matter of two weeks. >> m-hmm. it -- you could see the progression of things over three hn three-four-year period. all the components were in place. >> reporter: peterson has 36 years of flying experience as a civilian pilot he started to seal latent failures in the system in 2004. the conclusion, msp needed a new fleet of choppers because of what wasn't being done in the aviation command. the clearing fact this report highlights was a
was struck by a car two weeks ago. ashley davis died of her injuries yesterday. she was on her way to school bus stop when she was struck on brinkley road. another pedestrian was also struck. >> you do not know what can happen. you could be here today and gone tomorrow. it is very frightening. >> ashley davis was a freshman in high school. students held vigils and say they are having a hard time coping with her death. >>> arlington county police are looking for a man who allegedly tried to obstruct a woman with a stun gun. a woman told police she was grabbed and the attacker tried to tase her, but the stun gun did not work. the woman was able to call for help. >>> keep endorsements. the nra is backing bob mcdonnell. deeds has picked up the endorsement of virginia firefighters. north carolina's current and former governors are joining forces to raiseoney for a deed to campaign. >>> the tennis center could learn today if it has to shut down today. correct the city issued an eviction notice because they did not renew their corporate registration. the founder fileda restraining order to keep it
school started the week before. and ashley davis, a freshman was walking across brinkley road. she was walking across in the sidewalk where she was struck by a car. for the last two weeks she was fighting for her live, and lost that battle early moay morning. >> elvau forman walks her daughter to school. >> i walk her to school and i will be walking her to school, and when my car is down i will be walking my daughter to school. >> reporter: the freshman was struck by a car while walking to her bus stop on brinkley road. hospitalized for nearly two weeks, she died early monday morning. >> it's, like, everything is sad. >> i remember her smile. she had a fantastic smile. a very loving girl. >> do you miss her? >> yes, very much. >> reporter: davis just started her second week of classes at crossland high school when she was struck by the car. the sedan also hit a young person that pushed others to safety. the principal says it was tough losing davis in high school, and the thought of never seeing her again is very difficult. the week before school opened ashley came running in my off
) i'm esteban. as well as a ten-year-old. ( ashley ) i'm ashley. and we're getting ready to buy our first place. i think it's very important for the stability of our family to be in a house. ( erika ) i just want to have my children grow up in a place where they're able to say, "that's home." we're looking to buy a house for around 200 to 205,000. that's as high as we can go to keep the payments under 1,500 a month. we need to definitely stay under 15. ( narrator ) as rafael and erika begin the search for their first place-- i don't know anything about buying a house. there's nothing that can dilute their passion. it's the american dream, i want a piece of it. but with a budget calculated to the last dollar-- so you're gonna tell me what my payment is ? they struggle to deal with factors they can't control. they're probably gonna obsess on the fact that one day, their payment is likely to go up. two hours before the deadline, i'm going crazy. the moment of truth is right now. closed captions provided by scripps networks, llc ( rafael ) erika's role in the house-hunting process is sh
-year-old ashley dunn has the h1n1 virus. >> monday i woke up with a really bad fever and could barely breathe because my chest hurt so bad. >> reporter: she's living in a dorm. >> you never think you will get it and my roommate got tit. and we looked up symptoms and knew we had it. >> reporter: doctors say the spread of h1n1 at schools is almost inevitable. >> in close quarters like dorms or common eating areas, bathrooms, those are places where the virus can spread. so i think it's important that the school have a plan. >> at rocky mountain college in montana, seven athletes have spreaded positive for the virus. >> you, like, have to keep going to classes because you think you are gonna miss a lot. that's how you keep getting sick because more kids go to school still. >> reporter: that's what has health officials concerned. they say if you feel sick stay home. >>> the college football season this weekend in alabama has been cancelled because of the flu. several players from dillman came down with symptoms. so the game was cancelled. >> you know, we all have to understand it's just a
. thanks a lot. >> let's go to ashley linder now and the news 4 traffic network. good morning to you. >> good morning, barbara and joe. definitely a good morning on the roadwaysight now, volume very light. this is the 95 corridor. those headlights doing just fine coming out of the woodbridge area continuing toward 395. no major problems on 66, 270, the beltway, and route 50 in maryland. back to you. >> thank you very much. here's a look now at some of the top stories we are following today. >>> president obama will spend another day in pittsburgh for the g-20 summit. today he's expected to suggest that the group of 20 nations assume the role of a permanent council on global economic cooperation. meanwhile, police are by dealing with hundreds of proceed pes tours. last night, officers made about 20 arrests. >> the state of massachusetts will have a new senator by the end of this day. massachusetts governor deval patrick has named former democratic party chairman paul kirk to fill the seat that was held for nearly half a century by the late edward kennedy. kirk will be sworn in today.
struck by a car while crossing the street in temple hills has died. 14-year-old ashley davis died yesterday from the wounds she suffered after being struck on september 1st while trying to cross brinkley road to catch a school bus. >>> a fight over who has the right to control and operate the southeast tennis and learning center goes before the dc superior court judge today. the organization which was founded by former dc first lady barry aloud the agreement to lapse. the dc department has taken over the tennis facility. >> if she leaves parks and rec will come over and it will look like most of the other rec centers in this ward, dirty, dingy and the children are unruly are. >> our plans are continue the great tennis that has been going on there for the last five to ten years. it's been a fast fantastic facility. >> reporter: the supporters of ms. barry claim the takeover is political because she supported a rival of mayor fenty's in the last election. >>> here's a look at something happening today. president obama will be in the midwest to deliver a speech to auto workers in ohi
: at washington site university, 18-year-old ashley dunn has the h1n1 virus. >> monday i woke up with a really bad fever and could barely breathe because my chest hurt so bad. >> reporter: she was one of six women with flu-like symptoms all living on the same floor of the same dorm. >> it's crazy. you never actually think you'll get it but when my roommate got it we thought it was a cold. and when we started looking up the symptoms, we both knew we had it. >> reporter: colleges across the country are reporting cases of the virus. the spread at schools is almost inevitable. >> in close quarters like dorms or common eating areas, bathroom, those are places where the virus can spread. so i think it's important that the schools have a plan. >> reporter: plans at one school in alabama included canling a football game -- canceling a football game because the players showed symptoms. >> it's a game. >> reporter: at rocky mountain college in montana, seven student athletes have tested positive for the virus. officials closed down the college's weight rooms and are keeping students with the flu under quara
of a freshman hit by a car weeks ago. ashley davis died of her injuries yesterday. on september 1 she was on her way to first full bus stop when she was struck by a car on brinkley rd. that then crashed into a van. >>> the metro employe he h by a train last week died. john moore of arlington suffered fatal injuries after being struck on the tracks between the braddock road and reagan airport. he was a communications technician. he is the third metro employees to die on the job this year. >>> autopsy result in -- expected for a young university graduates to the murdered just days before the wedding. to new haven newspapers are reporting that police are zeroing in on a lab technician. the papers right the suspect had an unrequited crush on annie le and he failed a polygraph test and also had defensive wounds like scratches on his body. yale held a candlelight vigil on campus last night. >>> police in new york calling it a pre-emptive terror raid. this being targeted a group of afghan man with suspected ties to al qaeda. while agents did not find mama making materials, they said it was unnecessary
off. kathy said she learned quite a bit. ashley hamilton and macy gray were kicked off last week. >>> the next category is local celebrities. she loves dc united soccer and being a stay at home mom and crochet. >> who is jessica hawks? as delia goncalves reports this baltimore county woman had 30 minutes of national fame as a contestant on "jeopardy." >> reporter: a ecolling major at umbc she says she always has loved "jeopardy" and though she didn't win tonight she's proud of her performance. >> this is "jeopardy." >> reporter: we all play at home, one local mom actually made it to the big show. >> a stay at home mom from baltimore, maryland, jessica. >> reporter: a local trivia buff, she tried out in may. by august 5th she was taping tonight's episode. she, her husband, mom and 6 1/2-month-old meg made the trip to california. it went fast but she took time to prepare. >> i definitely studied. i had flash cards of presidential trivia, shakespeare quotes i was trying to memorize. some history, some geography like world lakes, world capitals. you're thinking what if i win? i hop
to cross the stre according to classmates, the 14-year-old, ashley davis is the most badly hurt. she's in critical condition, after being hit by the car out there, and as she tried to cross brinkley road to make a school bus this morning. and striking a mini van, carrying a woman and three children, a 17-year-old pedestrian on the sidewalk was also struck. they set up the electronic speeds here on brinkley road, a very, very busy road. both in the morning school rush hour and in the afternoon school rush hour. reporting live in temple hills. scott broom now and wusa9.com. they will run them out there on the roads and for the springfield area for the national airport and pentagon city and crystal city. find out why he has a bondage for the luck of the irish. >>> what a perfect day. suppose we have this day every day that they are bored of it. you can access this via the web on wusa9.com. 76 and 59 goes into the books. 59 is the colder coolest day since june 1. aáfrpbl is 84 and 66. consuming that it is hot. 9 is the record -- 99 is the record high. e'll take a lo atok isth holiday we
: at wash state university, 1 year old ashley dunne has the hine hine virus, i woke up with a bad fever and could barely breathe my chest hurt, she is one of six women with flu-like symptoms living on the same floor of the same dorm. >> that's crazy you don't think you goet it. when my roommate got it we thought it was a cold. when we looked up the symptoms we knew we had it. >>> and 72% of the americans now believe that the flu is a serious problem. that's from up just 49% in june. >> colleges are reporting cases of the virus. and the doctors say the spread at schools is almost inevitable. >> in close quarters and common eating areas, bathrooms those are places where they can spread. it is important that the school has a plan. >> plans at included cancelling a football game because they showed flu-like symptoms. >> it is a football game and the students here and the public and visiting team. >> and in montana. 7 students a the heats have tested positive officials closed down the college's weight room and keeping the students under quarantine. >> tough go to classes. and that's how you
the proper way. >> and they say you can't take it with you. that was ashley reporting. >>> we want to hear what you think. send your e-mails to mcginty's mail bag. ths no bwillghe rickust a9omba 9news now will be ght back. fa >>> in the mail bag tonight, last night we asked if a case involving a white kid severely beaten up by several black kids in buffalo, apparently because he has a black girlfriend aught to be treated as a hate crime. ray from fredericksburg, virginia can't believe that is a question. if two white men attacked a black man, the media would have been all over the place before the victim was out of the hospital. the fbi would have declared it a hate crime before the ink was dry. i guess it's only a hate crime if the perpetrators are white. however we get a wise word of caution from pete in maryland. it may very well be a hate crime, however, i will not rush to judgment and flat out label it as such. there could be other factors that we don't know about. a jealous exboyfriend, a dispute between former friends. who knows what it was. give investigators time to gather facts.
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